NEWS | 06/30/2019
The two Madridistas were holders in the final against Germany, played at the Friuli stadium in Udine.
La Rojita came out dominating and at six minutes had already advanced on the scoreboard after a beautiful goal by Fabian from the front. From there until the break Germany sought a draw, but Spain, supported by solidity behind a great Vallejo, did not allow clear occasions.
After the break the same script continued until Olmo, very clever, took advantage of a rejection of the German goalkeeper after Fabian's shot and widened the distance in the 69th minute. Spain could even make it 3-0 soon after with a shot from Soler that crashed on the crossbar in the 80 '. Germany reduced the disadvantage in the 88th minute with Amiri's goal but Spain ensured possession of the ball and took the title.
2 – Spain: Sivera; Aguirregabiria, Núñez, Vallejo, Junior; Fabián (Merino, 77 '), Roca, Ceballos, Fornals (Mayoral, 71'), Olmo; and Oyarzabal (Carlos Soler, 55 ').
1 – Germany: Nübel; Klostermann, Tah, Baumgartl, Henrichs; Eggestein (Nmecha, 81 '), Serdar (Neuhaus, 61'), Dahoud; Öztunali (Richter, 72 '), Amiri and Waldschmidt.
1-0 (min 6): Fabian
2-0 (min 69): Elm.
2-1 (min 88): Amiri.